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Black Diamond for Knoebels - construction walk-thru

Joey

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Curious because I'm ignorant, but why does it take Knoebels a million years to do anything?

They were constructing this when I went in June 2010 and it looked like it had already been going on a while...

I predict fanboys going "because they do it properly". But, seriously, is it lack of funds or are they genuinely unlucky or do they pick difficult projects? What is it?
 
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Well Knoebels will have two new coasters for 2011: Black Diamond and Flying Turns, and that will make the Live and the park even better!
 

ECG

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Don't get your hopes up too high for Flying Turns. :wink:

Joey, it always takes Knoebels longer to build their rides because they do it in-house. Other parks hire construction crews, designers, engineers, etc. to get the job done, but Knoebels uses their own staff for just about everything. The Knoebel family owns a huge lumber company as well, so that also cuts costs way down.
 

Ollie

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This does look great fun and I love quirky rides like this. :)

Reminds me of this CREDIT in Blackpool. :p
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GL2lFpYD-7c[/youtube]
 

Ian

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Yes, Roller Coaster Oliver, we had that discussion on the last page.
 

Mr Nash

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It's been so long,I'd completly forgotten about this.

Did the flood waters affect this at all?,I know the park got flooded,but not sure which areas got affected.

Be a shame to see this get any further set backs.
 
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